1. Valley 34.1, 2. Fayetteville 31.3, 3. Midland Trail 17.5, 4. Montcalm 11.2, 5. Sherman DNQ.
First Team: Alexis Payne, Abby Buchan, Valley; Jessica Brown, Avina Sedlock, Erica Hogan, Maddy Pritt, Fayetteville; Madison Syner, Kennedy Cochran, Midland Trail; Maranda Kendrick, Montcalm.
Second Team: Kelsey Bird, Valley; Katelyn Peelish, Katherine Peelish, Fayetteville; Marissa Workman, Hannah Legg, Emily Carte, Midland Trail.
1. Meadow Bridge 31.7, Richwood 10.6, Greenbrier West 10.4, Pocahontas County DNQ.
First Team: Chandra Harrah, Sara Fleshman, Allison Gilkerson, Meadow Bridge; Brenna Mazzella, Hannah Brown, Richwood; Rachel Redden, Emily Holiday, Greenbrier West.
Second Team: Ally Redden, Caitlin White, Meadow Bridge; Jamie Bailey, Richwood; Kristen Harris, Amber Nutter, Greenbrier West.
Honorable Mention: Courtney Mullins, Meadow Bridge; Maddie Bridges, Corbin Dewitt, Greenbrier West.
1. Westside 45.0, Wyoming East 27.4, Independence 15.3, River View 13.0, Liberty 7.6.
First Team: Hope Lester, Morgan Spolarich, Faith Davis, Danielle Brown, Westside; Brianne Pertee, Chelsea Duncan, Wyoming East; Emily Fedukovich, Kelsey Hart, Independence; Chelsey Dobbs, Phyllis Waldron, River View; Stacy Williams, Liberty.
Second Team: Megan Endicott, Kristin Hash, Westside; Hannah Ford, Hailey Lowman, Chiara Jewell, Wyoming East; Krista Harris, Krista Greene, Independence; Kiersten Dority, Ellamae Johnson, River View; Katana Bryant, Katie McGinnis, Liberty.
Honorable Mention: Hope Davis, McKenzie Endicott, Westside; Kristen Bailey, Taleah Bailey, Wyoming East; Faith Fortner, Kaitlyn Stowers, Brittany Wrenn, Independence; Akasa Benton, Brittany Coeburn, River View; Jasmine Law, Shayla Stephens, Liberty.
1. Nicholas County 39.6, Summers County 35.4, PikeView 29.0, Bluefield 22.7, James Monroe 22.1, Webster County 21.3.
First Team: Shealyn Shafer, Lauren Young, Mykenzie Martin, Nicholas County; Tyra Wynes, Brandy Morrison, Avery Pivont, Summers County; Jordan Page, Kelsie Mann, James Monroe; Brandi Clevenger, Webster County; Hope Nester, Lyndsay Hatfield, PikeView; Destiney Sims, Bluefield.
Second Team: Nicole Hamilton, Makayla Willis, Lindsay Hogan, Nicholas County; Hayley Shrewsbury, Shelby Smith, Abby Taylor, Summers County; Laura Hill, Courtney White, PikeView; Samantha Stout, Webster County; Emily McKinney, Carter Shiflet, James Monroe; Sheila Hopkins, Bluefield.
Honorable Mention: Whitney Robinson, Nicholas County; Brittany Bonds, Emily Smith, Audrey Holley, Summers County; Kelsie Gillespie, Laine Shiflet, James Monroe; Lauryn Hatfield, Alexis May, Madison May, PikeView; Erin Brown, Taylor Anderson, Webster County; Khadijah Brown, Bluefield.
- High School Sports
Eagles get 2nd shot at Tigers
The road to the Class AAA state championship for Princeton last year went through Beckley. A repeat would require the same stop, but Woodrow Wilson is looking to put up more resistance this time around.
Clifton wins prestigious Ohio tournament
From now on, maybe Cody Clifton should pay absolutely zero attention to who’s who in West Virginia high school wrestling.
Same result, different meanings for rivals
Second place had entirely different meanings for two local track and field standouts Saturday in Charleston.
First the title, then the prom
The prom could wait.
Coleman's bunt lifts Valley
Limited offensively this season because of a hand injury, Todd Coleman took advantage of an opportunity Saturday afternoon.
Houstin? No problem
Houstin Syvertson is a man of many names.
Princeton win marred by controversy
Locked in a 1-1 tie with Greenbrier East in the Class Region 3, Section 2 baseball final Friday night at Spartan Ballpark, Princeton was looking for a spark to overcome the Spartans’ home field advantage.
- State track meet
After early scare, Woodrow advances
Give first year Red Devils coach Chad Quesenberry a lot of credit. After opening up the sectional series with a loss to Shady Spring over a week ago, his Oak Hill squad would have to win three straight in order to advance to next week’s regional semifinals.
Wickline fires one-hitter; Mavericks move on to states
Putting their nervousness behind them, the James Monroe Lady Mavericks earned their first state playoff berth in softball in 16 years with a 6-2 victory over Westside Thursday evening in the Class AA, Region 3 title game in Lindside.
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